Samsung Galaxy S9 Price Leak Reveals Expensive New Phone

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An industry expert has revealed to TechRadar that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will likely cost $900 that would be 95,000 PKR in Pakistan. The Galaxy S8 was launched at $750, and It costs 70,000 PKR in Pakistan.

Samsung Galaxy, S9 Price Leak, Reveals Expensive New Phone

The source told TechRadar “You can expect the S9 to cost £100 more than the Galaxy S8 when it was released last year.” He went on to explain that it’s almost certainly because the public is prepared to cough up the money.

Samsung is pushing the S9 as a camera upgrade in its pre-release invites to members of the press. Over at VentureBeat the rock-solid and ever-reliable Evan Blass says that the camera may feature a lens that can switch from f/1.5 to f/2.4 with a mechanical adjustment. Wide-open apertures give better performance in low light (that’s the f/1.5 bit) and a shallower depth of field. It’s not clear what the f/2.4 setting would add, although it might be that this would offer sharper pictures in normal lighting conditions.

All of that said, it doesn’t matter what S9 does or does not offer regarding features, the price jump is significant and will make some people question the value of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. By the time Samsung announces its upcoming flagship Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on Feb 25th it is expected that Galaxy Note 8’s price will be dropped even further by than.

Many users got the S8 and S8 Plus last year and none of this matters. These devices will not significantly change the game. The Samsung’s version of Apple’s year where the phone gets power to tweak, but there was no significant performance upgrade. The Galaxy S8 will be produced at lower costs, and it is predicted to be an expensive phone at launch.

The launch price of iPhone X was quite higher if we see it regarding value over money. Later on, several phones were launched at high prices, and dozens of peoples argued about it, but it seems to be that we are getting used to it.